Tag Archives: Chen-ou Liu

One Man’s Maple Moon: Raindrops Tanka

English Original   raindrops inch their way down the pane joining and separating our lives   First published: Frameless Sky, June 2017   Martha Magenta   Chinese Translation (Traditional) 雨滴 一步一步地 朝向窗格下方趨近 加入和分隔 我們的生活   Chinese Translation (Simplified) 雨滴 一步一步地 … Continue reading

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Starry Night – Butterfly Dream

  starry night the draught horse’s shoes spark on concrete   First published: The Heron’s Nest, 18:4, December 2016   Martha Magenta   Chinese Translation (Traditional) 星光燦爛的夜晚 一匹選秀馬的鐵蹄 在混凝土上激發火花 Chinese Translation (Simplified) 星光灿烂的夜晚 一匹选秀马的铁蹄 在混凝土上激发火花   NeverEnding Story, Butterfly Dream, August … Continue reading

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One Man’s Maple Moon: Scent Tanka by Martha Magenta

  drawn to your scent I linger in your caress and wonder will I disappear if you stop dreaming me   © Martha Magenta   Previously published: The Bamboo Hut, Autumn 2016   Chinese Translation (Traditional)   受到你香味的吸引 我留連在你的愛撫之中 並想知道 假如你不再做夢了 … Continue reading

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One Man’s Maple Moon: Windswept Place Tanka

  I try to put the words of the wind in my poem this windswept place reminds me of you First published: The Bamboo Hut, Autumn 2016 © Martha Magenta Chinese Translation (Traditional) 試圖 將風的話語放入 我的詩裡 這個風吹雨打的地方 使我想起了你 Chinese Translation … Continue reading

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NeverEnding Story

Butterfly Dream: Suburban Night Haiku English Original suburban night an empty beer can plays with the wind First published: FreeXpresSion, August 2016 Martha Magenta Chinese Translation (Traditional) 郊區的夜晚 一個空的啤酒罐被風 吹得來回滾動 Chinese Translation (Simplified) 郊区的夜晚 一个空的啤酒罐被风 吹得来回滚动 NeverEnding Story First English-Chinese … Continue reading

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